Private Limited Company is the most popular type of business entity in India which provides limited liability protection to its shareholders. It is very different from traditional brick and mortar stores and have lots of advantages over other forms of Business.
Private Limited Company is a registered under Companies Act, 2013 and is governed by Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Setting up a Private Limited Company is one of the highly recommended ways to start a business in India.
1. Passport size Photograph of all the Directors and Shareholders
2. PAN and Aadhar card of all the Directors and Shareholders
3. ID proof of all the Directors and Shareholders (Driving License/Voter ID/Passport)
4. Address Proof of all the Directors and Shareholders (Bank statement/Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill) not older than 1.5 months having name of the respective Director and Shareholder.
5. Registered Office Address Proof (Electricity Bill/Water Bill/Gas Bill or any other utility bill) not older than 1.5 months
1. A Private Limited Company must have a registered office in India. Documents like bank statement or electricity bill should be recent.
2. A utility bill, rent agreement or sale deed and an NOC (Non-Objection Certificate) from the landlord with his / her consent to use the office as a registered office of a company must be submitted as well.
1. Experienced and dedicated personnel assigned for engagement.
2. Collection of required documents along with a simple checklist.
3. Verification of the Documents as required for Incorporation by our incorporation experts.
4. Process of application of Digital Signature Certificate.
5. Name approval application submitted to MCA.
6. Drafting of the essential documents by our Assigned Personnel based on the MCA approved name.
7. Signing of documents by the Directors and Shareholders.
8. Submission of documents along with Incorporation Form to MCA for approval.
9. Once MCA approves, it will grant Certificate of Incorporation and the company will be Incorporated.
1. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders.
2. The liability of the members with reference to company’s debts are limited.
3. Shares of a company limited by shares are transferable by a shareholder to any other person. The transfer is easy as compared to the transfer of interest in business run as a proprietary concern or a partnership.
4. A company being an independent legal entity can sue and be sued in its own name.
5. A company has ‘perpetual succession’, that is continued or uninterrupted existence until it is legally dissolved.
6. There is no such minimum capital compulsion. Therefore, there is no pressure of fund requirements. A Private Limited Company can be registered with a mere sum of Rs. 1000 as total Authorized Share capital.
7. A Private Limited Company in India is the only form of business except Public Limited Companies that can raise funds from the Venture Capitalists or Angel investors.
8. The easy transferability of shares is one of the top reason, Entrepreneurs opt to register a company.
All registered Indian Companies must appoint a Statutory auditor within 30 days of incorporation. The auditor also needs to be appointed within 15 days from the conclusion of AGM. Therefore, the due date for ROC Form ADT 1 would be 14th October every year.
The capital mentioned in the MOA [Memorandum of Association] must be deposited in a bank and commencement certificate must be obtained from MCA within 180 days of incorporation.
For a private limited company, it is mandatory to hold an annual general meeting once a year. Companies are required to keep their AGM within six months from closing the financial year i.e. 30th September every year
Every private limited Company shall maintain proper books of accounts which shall represent an accurate and fair value of the state of affairs of the company. Accounting is necessary for the statutory audit. Annual filing and Income tax return filing which is mandatory.
Every Public Limited Company registered under the Companies Act, 2013, irrespective of its sales turnover or nature of business or capital must have its book of accounts audited each financial year.
It is mandatory for the Private Limited Company to get their accounts audited under MAT i.e. Minimum Alternate Tax. The objective of the introduction of MAT was to bring into the tax net “zero tax companies” which in spite of having earned substantial book profits and having paid handsome dividends, do not pay any tax due to various tax concessions and incentives provided under the Income-tax Law.
The registered Private Limited Companies must file MCA Form AOC-4 which contains details and annexure relating to Balance Sheet of the Company, Profit & Loss Account, Compliance Certificate, Registered Office Address, Register of Member, Shares and Debentures details, Debt details and information about the Management of the Company. The due date for ROC Form AOC 4 would be 29th October i.e. 30 days from the conclusion of the AGM.
It is necessary to file MCA form MGT-7 which contains details of shareholding structure, change in directorship and details of the transfer of shares during the year if any. Due date for ROC Form MGT 7 would be 28th November that is 60 days from the conclusion of AGM.
DIR 3 KYC is a form to be filed by Every director who has been allotted DIN (Director Identification Number).
Income tax returns need to be filed on or before 30th September 2021 for each financial year .
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